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909 Reviews of 293 Clear Springs, Tennessee Campgrounds

Paul B.
Reviewed Oct. 21, 2021

Great Stay

I had a great experience at Cumberland Mountain SP. Bathhouse was exceptionally clean. Check on was easy and staff were friendly. Offered a military discount. I really liked the fact each site has it's own garbage can with it, very convenient. I played golf at the Jack Nicholas designed…

  • Byrd hiking trail near campground
Site51
Month of VisitNovember
Milli M.
Reviewed Oct. 20, 2021

Awsome

It's very nice place to park your RV and relax with your family

Month of VisitNovember
SThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 20, 2021

FANTASTIC!!!

This KOA Journey is by far, a wonderful place to stay. They have a beautiful location, clean and well maintained facilities and super great helpful staff! I would give 10 stars.

Site103
Month of VisitNovember
Tracie D.
Reviewed Oct. 18, 2021

Do not bother them !

Booked 3 weeks before arrival. Upon arrival girl at front desk showed no interest in guiding me the correct direction to site. Upon arrival at site water spigot had a cap on it. Took cap off water came pouring out. Tried to put cap back on got soaking wet. Neighbor said it has been broken the 2…

Site85
Month of VisitNovember
David H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 14, 2021

Amazingly unique - good mix of forest and wildlife

It almost feels like you're not in Georgia because a lot of reviews look very different compared to the typical Blue ridge mountain camping trip. I highly recommend going so you can enjoy a unique experience. Bring a camera, too!

  • overlook from tower
  • 3am night photography of lake Conasauga
SiteN/A
Month of VisitNovember
Rachel K.
Reviewed Oct. 13, 2021

I hesitate to write this because I don’t want everyone to find out about it

Frozen Head is lovely. It may be the loveliest campground in Tennessee.

There’s only 20 spots, and they all seem to be shady and have trees between neighbors. There’s a free book swap hut, like those mailboxes, but a whole building worth of take-one/leave-one books. There showers and bathroom are…

Site20
Month of VisitJuly
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Reviewed Oct. 13, 2021

Henson Cove

Almost 200 acres of land owned by the same family for over a 100 years. Giant stocked pond to fish in. Find it on Airbnb. Link airbnb.com/h/henson-cove-1. Or 2 or 3 or 0

Siteairbnb.com/h/henson-cove-2
Month of VisitOctober
Roy B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 13, 2021

Remote. Field.

34.860688452654024,-84.63670121000321

Stayed here a number of times during each of the four seasons. Fairly remote for eastern U.S, (but I have watched, over the past 2 decades, Atlanta grow northward, and a lot of development in Ellijay and Blue Ridge areas, and it is a little depressing). …

  • Highest western-most mountain in the eastern U.S.  As you can see, the top (4005') is rather broad and flat.  I shot this at sunrise from approximately a half-mile away and 400' below the summit.  |  Cohutta Wilderness, N. Georgia Mountains  |  30 August 2013
  • Highest western-most mountain in the eastern U.S.  As you can see, the top (4005') is rather broad and flat.  I shot this from approximately a half-mile away and 400' below the summit.  This was my Christmas Bird Count (CBC) route this past winter.  This day I went looking for ferns.  |  Cohutta Wilderness, N. Georgia Mountains  |  30 August 2013
  • This is at the north-northeasterly facing slope of Bald Mountain within a half-mile of the summit, elevation 4005'.  Mostly New York Fern (<i>Thelypteris noveboracensis</i>) here, but also saw Hay-scented (<i>Dennstaedtia punctilobula</i>), Cinnamon (<i>Osmundastrum cinnamomeum</i>), and Interrupted Ferns (<i>Osmunda claytoniana</i>) in this immediate area.  New York Ferns are common throughout the widerness  |  Tearbritches Trail, Cohutta Wilderness, N. Georgia Mountains  |  30 August 2013
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Month of VisitSeptember
Katrin  S.
Reviewed Oct. 12, 2021

Large private sites

We love this campground! Large private sites throughout. Flush toilets and hot showers nearby. 25 miles of hiking and biking trails starting right from our campsite. F loop is very quiet during the week. $12 non electric. Water spigots can be found throughout the campground. There’s no camp store…

SiteF62
Month of VisitNovember
LThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 12, 2021

Beautiful Fall Trip

Mountain Glen was so peaceful and quite. Everyone was very nice. Clean bathhouse. Close by a Mennonite Community and Fall Creek Falls.

Site28
Month of VisitNovember
SThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 10, 2021

Out of the way

This little site was a great get away, except for the dogs. We chose a spot next to the creek. Was clear and flowing due to a lot of rain the few days before we arrived. Sites had concrete picnic tables and a pad. We had to clean ours when we arrived. There are rest rooms and bear proof trash bins,…

Siteunmarked corner site next to creek
Month of VisitNovember
Jess W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 10, 2021

Historical State Park

This is a very pretty park with some great history. Tennessee State Parks are typically well kept and scenic.

  • Campsite
Month of VisitJuly
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Reviewed Oct. 10, 2021

Retreat from the Hustle of Chattanooga

Raccoon Mountain Campground is conveniently located while still feeling secluded. The staff is extremely friendly and the environment is more than you could hope for. We stayed in site 67 near the primitive sites and would stay at this site again. Highly recommend visiting this campground!

Site67
Month of VisitNovember
rags L.
Reviewed Oct. 9, 2021

Do waste your time……..

well. this place just sucks. i just drove from nashville and the gate was closed. absolutely nobody was in the park at all.. i’ve called four times now. it definitely not worth your trip.

  • main entrance
Sitenone because it was closed
Month of VisitNovember
David R.
Reviewed Oct. 8, 2021

It was nice, but kind of crowded

For a first outing with our new camping gear, our weekend at Raccoon Mountain campground was a great success. However, the terrain of the property makes it so all the campsites are in relatively close quarters, and with RV parking taking up most of the property, the primitive site experience just…

  • Our campsite was right on a bubbling creek, which was a nice surprise.
Site55
Month of VisitOctober

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